6 edition of Studies in the literature of Northern Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Edmund W. Gosse. With a frontispiece designed and etched by L. Alma Tadema, A.R.A.|
|LC Classifications||PN828 .G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 375 p.|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||19006119|
This publication contains the proceedings of an international conference, held in Pitlochry, Scotland in November , to mark the UN International Year of Mountains The conference participants discussed the state of current knowledge about the mountains of Northern Europe and considered issues arising from the interactions between people and nature, and the conservation and sustainable. Hilda Roderick Ellis Davidson (born Hilda Roderick Ellis, 1 October – January ) was an English antiquarian and academic, writing in particular on Germanic paganism and Celtic on used literary, historical and archaeological evidence to discuss the stories and customs of Northern : Hilda Roderick Ellis, 1 October , .
Central to the articles in this volume are the schools and communities of Northern France and England, including Reims, Bec, Soissons, and Canterbury, whose patterns of thought and learning gave shape to intellectual endeavours throughout medieval Europe. This volume features approaches to equine studies from disciplines as diverse as archaeology, legal, economic and military history, urban and rural history, art and literature. This volume explores the ubiquitous – and often ambiguous – role of the horse in medieval culture, where it was simultaneously a treasured animal and a means of.
This compelling book offers a new paradigm for the periodization of the arts, one that counters a prevailing Italianate bias among historians of northern Europe of this era. The years after brought the construction of several iconic Late Gothic monuments, including the transept facades of Beauvais cathedral in northern France, much of King. Northern Europe is the northern part or region of Europe. Northern Europe typically refers to the seven countries in the northern part of the European subcontinent which includes Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, and Sweden. However, the United Nations report published in defines Northern Europe as including the.
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Half-title: Northern studies. Reprinted from the Cornhill magazine, the Fortnightly review, the New quarterly review, and Fraser's magazine. The essays and poems relating to Scandinavian literature, with an added chapter on Ibsen, were published under title: Northern studies.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gosse, Edmund, Studies in the literature of Northern Europe. London, Paul, (OCoLC) Half-title: Northern studies Reprinted from the Cornhill magazine, the Fortnightly review, the New quarterly review, and Fraser's magazine The essays and poems relating to Scandinavian literature, with an added chapter on Ibsen, were published under title: Northern studies Pages: PrefaceNorwegian poetry since Henrik IbsenThe Lofoden IslandsRunebergThe Danish national theatreFour Danish poets (Grundtvig, Bödtcher, Andersen, Paludan-Müller)--Walther von der BogelweideA Dutch poetess of the seventeenth century (Maria Tesselschade Visscher)Vondel and MiltonThe Oera Linda bookAppendix: Text of the poems translatedPages: PrefaceNorwegian poetry since Henrik IbsenThe Lofoden IslandsRunebergThe Danish national theatreFour Danish poets (Grundtvig, Bödtcher, Andersen, Paludan-Müller)--Walther von der BogelweideA Dutch poetess of the seventeenth century (Maria Tesselschade Visscher)Vondel and MiltonThe Oera Linda bookAppendix: Text of the poems translated.
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The analysis of texts about pain and grief is an increasingly important area in medieval studies, offering as it does a means of exploring the ways in which cultural meanings arise from loss and processes of mourning.The literature and romance of northern Europe: constituting a complete history of the literature of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Iceland: with copious specimens of the most celebrated histories, romances, popular legends and tales, old chivalrous ballads, tragic and comic dramas, national and favourite songs, novels, and scenes from the life of the present day.